Racing Electronics Debuts New Website for Start of 2009 Season
RE’s Newest Products and Discounts Have New Home on the Web
“For Daytona, we have a new product coming out that we’re excited about,” added Silver. “With the new website, we’ll have all the information on that product right on the front page once we announce its release. In the meantime, we will have some new specials that we’re getting ready to put out there, so everyone should stay tuned to the new website. Right now, we’re going through our inventory and we’re going to be using our new site to relay special pricing on our products to the racers and the race fans.”
Be sure to check out the new racingelectronics.com for all the latest product information for the 2009 racing season, as well as numerous interactive features, including RE’s “Helmet of the Month” and more.
Racing Electronics manufactures and supplies a complete line of race communication products and accessories and has been serving the professional drivers and pit crews, as well as the race fan, for more than 20 years.
Racing Electronics offers customers a free, full-size, full-color catalog that can also be downloaded from the new racingelectronics.com, where they can choose from a variety of two-way radios, scanners, headphones and headsets, as well as a complete selection of accessories. RE also offers an online Frequency Membership where you can get up-to-date listings of current races and associated scanner frequencies. In addition to its worldwide headquarters and full showroom in Concord, North Carolina, Racing Electronics has mobile offices at all Sprint Cup, Nationwide and Camping World Truck Series events, along with all NHRA races. RE also attends many ARCA, IRL, Whelen Modified Tour, PASS and UARA races, along with many other series events throughout the season.
For more information on Racing Electronics, please call the showroom toll-free at 1-800-272-7111 and visit them on the web at racingelectronics.com.
In addition to buying your Racing Electronics products at their showroom or from their mobile units, you can now order them online at Re's new website. (RE Photos)
In every racer’s garage, whether it’s in the top levels of NASCAR to the weekly short trackers around the country, engines are getting tuned up and preparations are being made for the rapidly approaching start to the 2009 racing season. Drivers and teams are busy getting ready for the fresh start to a new season - just like Racing Electronics, the worldwide leader in professional racing communications, is doing.
RE, with its worldwide headquarters in Concord, North Carolina, has introduced a brand-new website design just in time for the start of the 2009 racing season. The all-new www.racingelectronics.com site was designed to keep racers and race fans alike up to speed on the latest products, specials and information from Racing Electronics, the most trusted name in at-track communications, as well as serve as a one-stop-shop for all the at-track communications needs for the racers and teams, as well as the fans in the stands.
“It was time for a makeover,” said Bruce Silver, President and CEO of Racing Electronics. “It’s been about two years ago since our last re-design and I think it’s important to keep your web design fresh.
“The main thing that we wanted to do with our new website was show our customers our new products and provide information on the new and current products in our inventory, as well. For example, we have a new two-way Victory GT-18 radio. It’s a compact, high performance portable radio that is the latest in our efforts to provide affordable, quality alternatives for the short track racer. On the website, we can provide all the information on new products like the Victory GT-18 and rotate that information with some of our latest news.”
Short trackers and NASCAR racers alike will be able to take advantage of specials offered by Racing Electronics throughout 2009 through the all-new racingelectronics.com. Some of the recently-introduced products from RE are already up on the website, but even more new products and blowout deals are expected leading up to the Daytona 500 in February.
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